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HB1158IntroFair and open competition for public works projects. Provides that a public agency may not do any of the following: (1) Require a potential bidder on a public works project to provide any information that the potential bidder considers confidential o...
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2019-03-28
To House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee
SB0104IntroSmall loans. Changes the current incremental finance charge limits that apply to a small loan to a maximum annual rate. Prohibits making, or taking other actions with respect to, a small loan with a greater rate or amount of interest, or other fees a...
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2019-02-26
Third reading: defeated; Roll Call 211: yeas 22, nays 27
HB1461IntroTax credit for teachers. Replaces the tax credit for classroom supplies purchased by a teacher with a nonrefundable tax credit for a teacher. Defines "teacher" for purposes of the tax credit.
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2019-02-25
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0422IntroLandlord tenant matters. Provides that, if a tenant refuses or neglects to pay rent and fees when due, a landlord may terminate the lease after giving not less than ten days notice, but not if the tenant pays the rent and fees in full before the noti...
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2019-02-25
Second reading: ordered engrossed
HB1643IntroFirearms matters. Designates the following as voter registration offices: (1) Each office affiliated with the Indiana state police. (2) Each office affiliated with the sheriff of a county. (3) Each office affiliated with a municipal law enforcement a...
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2019-02-25
Representative Goodin removed as coauthor
SB0246IntroLocal public questions. Provides that except as otherwise specifically provided by a statute, a local public question may be placed on the ballot only at the following elections: (1) A general election. (2) A municipal general election, but only if t...
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2019-02-21
Second reading: ordered engrossed
SB0543IntroMarion County sports development area. Establishes an additional professional sports development area in Marion County to capture state and local revenue for capital improvements. Provides for the issuance of indebtedness to finance a multipurpose so...
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2019-02-21
To Senate Appropriations Committee
HB1137IntroCredit services organizations. Amends the definition of "credit services organization" for purposes of the Indiana statute governing credit services organizations to more closely align the definition with the definition of "credit repair organization...
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2019-02-21
Second reading: ordered engrossed
HB1191IntroStudy of the preservation of war memorials. Urges the legislative council to assign the task of studying the preservation of war memorials to an appropriate study committee.
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2019-02-19
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
SB0556IntroAnnexation. With regard to an annexation ordinance adopted after June 30, 2019, allows a county executive to review and deny an annexation if, for the assessment date in the calendar year preceding the calendar year in which the annexation ordinance ...
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2019-02-19
Third reading: failed for lack of constitutional majority; Roll Call 164: yeas 20, nays 19
SB0587IntroConsumer credit. Repeals provisions specifying indexing of and changes of dollar amounts for purposes of consumer loans. Provides for a credit service charge not to exceed 36%. (Current law provides for variation in amount of a credit service charge ...
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2019-02-18
To Senate Insurance & Financial Institutions Committee
SB0398IntroAdoption subsidy payments. Requires, with exceptions, the department of child services (department) to: (1) enter into an agreement with each adoptive parent of a child with special needs who is eligible for an adoption subsidy to provide an adoption...
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2019-02-18
To Senate Appropriations Committee
HB1097IntroAdvanced practice registered nurses. Allows an advanced practice registered nurse who: (1) had primary responsibility for the treatment and care of a deceased individual for a period longer than six months; and (2) pronounced the time of death for th...
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2019-02-18
Amendment #2 (Barrett) prevailed; voice vote
SB0399IntroEducator salary increase grant. Provides an annual grant to school corporations to provide a 2.5% salary increase to licensed teachers, school counselors, social workers with at least a master's degree, and school psychologists. Appropriates $315,000...
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2019-02-14
To Senate Appropriations Committee
SB0217IntroBehavioral health and addiction services. Makes an appropriation to the integrated behavioral health and addiction treatment development program account.
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2019-02-14
To Senate Appropriations Committee
SB0638IntroCollective bargaining matters. Provides that increases or increments in a local teacher salary range are not required to be equal for all teachers even if the salary increases or increments are based on the same combination of weighted factors. Provi...
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2019-02-14
To Senate Education and Career Development Committee
SB0492IntroVeterans cemetery funding. Makes an appropriation from the state general fund to the Indiana department of veterans' affairs to be used for the establishment, operation, and maintenance of a veterans cemetery at Oak Hill Cemetery in Evansville.
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2019-02-14
To Senate Appropriations Committee
SB0242IntroTelemedicine and medical devices. Removes the restriction on the prescribing of ophthalmic devices through telemedicine and sets conditions on when a provider may, through telemedicine, prescribe medical devices. Prohibits the Indiana optometry board...
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2019-02-14
To Senate Health and Provider Services Committee
SB0055IntroChoice scholarships. Provides that the department of education shall accept applications for choice scholarship students from November 1 through January 15 for the spring semester of the current school year.
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2019-02-14
To Senate Appropriations Committee
SB0571IntroPolitical parties and ballot access. Reduces the minimum number of votes cast at an election required for certain purposes from 2% of the votes cast in the last election for secretary of state to 0.5% of the votes cast at the most recent election for...
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2019-02-14
Third reading: defeated; Roll Call 131: yeas 16, nays 31
SB0530IntroRaw or unprocessed honey. Exempts raw honey and unprocessed honey from food establishment regulations.
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2019-02-14
Withdrawn
SB0389IntroDisposition hearing evidence. Requires a court to: (1) provide that a foster parent or other caretaker with whom a child has been placed for temporary care for at least six months has standing; and (2) allow the foster parent or other caretaker to be...
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2019-02-14
To Senate Judiciary Committee
SB0374IntroVeterans education benefits. Provides that a student who is eligible to receive a tuition and fee exemption because the student is a child of a veteran must maintain at least a cumulative grade point average that the eligible institution determines i...
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2019-02-12
To Senate Appropriations Committee
SB0229IntroPsychotropic medication in foster care. Requires Medicaid restrictions on mental health drugs if: (1) federal financial participation is not available for reimbursement for the prescription; or (2) the child is under the care and supervision of the d...
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2019-02-12
To Senate Appropriations Committee
HB1307IntroHealth care service cost sharing. Requires a state employee health plan, an accident and sickness insurer, and a health maintenance organization to count cost sharing payments made on behalf of a covered individual toward the covered individual's cos...
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2019-02-12
To House Insurance Committee
HB1513IntroDepartment of natural resources. Specifies the use of certain motorboat fees. Provides that the administrator of the underground petroleum storage tank excess liability trust fund (ELTF) is required, not more than 30 business days after a claim on th...
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2019-02-12
To House Environmental Affairs Committee
HB1285IntroCampaign violations. Provides that a political party or other person may not: (1) solicit or receive money or other property as a condition that the person, another person, or a political party support or slate a candidate; (2) pay money or give othe...
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2019-02-12
To House Elections and Apportionment Committee
HB1650IntroElimination of township advisory boards. Amends various provisions in the Indiana Code concerning township government effective January 1, 2022. Provides that on January 1, 2020, in all counties (except Marion County): (1) township boards are dissolv...
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2019-02-12
Representative Clere added as coauthor
SB0377IntroAllen County substance abuse pilot program. Removes a requirement that the administrator of the Allen County substance abuse pilot program (pilot program) expend $1 of local funds for every $1 of state funds expended. Provides that the Allen County b...
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2019-02-11
To Senate Appropriations Committee
SB0605IntroIndiana-Michigan boundary line commission. Establishes the Indiana-Michigan boundary line commission (commission). Provides that the commission consists of five members appointed by the governor, all of whom must be registered surveyors and one of wh...
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2019-02-11
To Senate Appropriations Committee
HB1024IntroSafety rest areas. Requires the office of management and budget to: (1) investigate transferring maintenance responsibilities for safety rest areas from the Indiana department of transportation to the office of tourism development; and (2) report its...
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2019-02-11
To House Roads and Transportation Committee
HB1505IntroHealth care service cost. Requires health care providers to provide to patients the cost of scheduled health care services.
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2019-02-11
To House Public Health Committee
HB1582IntroLocal government matters. Allows a political subdivision to provide for automatic enrollment of employees hired after June 30, 2019, in the political subdivision's deferred compensation plan, if the employee does not reject enrollment in the plan wit...
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2019-02-11
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0506IntroJames Whitcomb Riley Home. Authorizes the Indiana state museum and historic sites corporation (corporation) to enter into negotiations with the owner of the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home (real property) for the conveyance of the real property to t...
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2019-02-11
Senator Bohacek added as coauthor
HB1166IntroRedevelopment commission membership. After December 31, 2019, increases by one member, the membership of a municipal or county redevelopment commission (commission). Requires a municipal or county executive to appoint one member to the redevelopment ...
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2019-02-07
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0338IntroPrekindergarten pilot program eligibility. Amends requirements for eligibility for the prekindergarten pilot program (program) to include an eligible child who resides with: (1) a parent or guardian who is: (A) disabled and unable, as a result of the...
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2019-02-07
To Senate Appropriations Committee
SB0129IntroSchool curriculum. Requires each school corporation, charter school, and accredited nonpublic elementary school to include cursive writing in its curriculum.
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2019-02-07
To Senate Education and Career Development Committee
SB0425IntroMinimum age to purchase tobacco and e-liquids. With certain exceptions, raises from 18 to 21 years the age at which a person may: (1) sell or buy tobacco products or e-liquids and electronic cigarettes containing nicotine; and (2) enter designated sm...
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2019-02-07
To Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee
HB1179IntroPrior authorization of prescription drugs. Requires a health plan that denies prior authorization for a prescription drug to provide certain information in the notice of denial.
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2019-02-07
To House Insurance Committee
HB1438IntroWater and wastewater infrastructure. Establishes the water infrastructure task force to examine an inventory and assessment of the water resources of the state and study other subjects related to water and wastewater infrastructure. Requires the wate...
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2019-02-05
To House Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications Committee
HB1564IntroSchool bus route safety. Provides that the governing body of a public school may not authorize a school bus driver to load or unload a student at a location that requires the student to cross a roadway.
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2019-02-05
To House Education Committee
SB0113IntroGuardian reimbursement and Medicaid eligibility. Specifies that an amount not to exceed $175 a month in court ordered guardianship fees for an individual who is: (1) in an institution; or (2) applying for or participating in the Medicaid aged and dis...
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2019-02-05
To Senate Appropriations Committee
SB0249IntroPsychiatrist student loan forgiveness program. Establishes a psychiatrist student loan forgiveness program to be used to provide student loan forgiveness payments to qualified psychiatrists who are residents of Indiana and practice psychiatric medici...
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2019-02-05
To Senate Health and Provider Services Committee
HB1410IntroWage assignments for uniform rentals. Provides that a wage assignment by an employee may be made for the rental of uniforms necessary to fulfill the duties of employment.
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2019-02-05
Representative Carbaugh added as coauthor
HB1222IntroPublic safety officer death benefits. Increases, from $150,000 to $250,000, the special death benefit for certain public safety officers, members of the 1925 police pension fund, the 1937 firefighters' pension fund, the 1953 police pension fund, and ...
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2019-02-05
To House Ways and Means Committee
SB0352IntroConsent to pregnancy services of a minor. Allows a minor who is at least 16 years of age and: (1) pregnant; (2) in labor; or (3) postpartum; to consent to health care concerning the pregnancy, delivery, and pospartum care. Makes technical corrections...
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2019-02-05
Senator Bohacek added as coauthor
SB0121IntroVolunteer firefighter allowances. Increases the minimum volunteer firefighter clothing and automobile allowance (allowance) that a city, town, or township (unit) is required to pay to active and participating members of a volunteer fire department fr...
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2019-02-05
Withdrawn
SB0329IntroIncome tax exemption for military pay. Exempts military pay earned by members of an active component of the United States armed forces from the individual income tax. (Current law exempts from the individual income tax the military pay earned by memb...
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2019-02-04
To Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee
HB1407IntroHunting and trapping of bobcats. Establishes a bobcat hunting and trapping season in an eligible county. Requires the director of the department of natural resources (director) to establish and implement a program under which a bobcat may be taken in...
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2019-02-04
To House Natural Resources Committee
HB1026IntroInnkeeper's and food and beverage tax data. Requires the department of state revenue (DOR) to provide a food and beverage tax summary monthly to county auditors, county treasurers, political subdivision fiscal officers, and commissions and boards adm...
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2019-02-04
To House Ways and Means Committee
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